PBA Team Converge Fiberxers Rocks Best Western Metro Clark As Their Team Building Arena

OFF THE court, the Converge Fiberxers are currently working together in a 3-day team building at the Best Western Hotel Metro Clark in Angeles City from September 2-4.

Team Governor Chito Salud opined that team building exercise encourages collaboration among the athletes rather than competition. He emphasized that it has a huge impact on the players’ effectiveness. Salud is joined by new head coach Aldin Ayo and assistant coach Danny Ildefonso.

Chairman & CEO Jaime “Jack” Uy, of Savers Group Holdings Inc. and eldest son General Manager Jansen Ivan Uy of Savers Appliances highlighted the activity by sheperding the athletes on how “to be a conglomerate committed to improving the lives of their customers and promoting the development of the country, by offering complete lines of products and services in varied industries and focusing on customer satisfaction.”

“The common denominator between sports and business is team building exercise because it is necessary to build trust within the team. It means less conflict, it encourages communication and increases collaboration.

A team that knows how to collaborate knows how to win,” Chairman Jack shared. The team were also toured around SGHI’s product lines and services that include Cactus Jack, Namari Japanese Restaurant, Savers Appliances, and versed thoroughly on the new 101-room Best Western Plus Metro Clark that will be unveiled before 2022 ends.

Coaches and players mutually benefit from team building exercises because it develops teamwork, boosting their overall cohesiveness. It furthers physical and psychological interaction by giving them the opportunity to communicate in different ways and intensifies their connection.

Moreover it discovers new leaders because sometimes natural leaders emerge in the hard court when least expected. Team building exercises also allow coaches to discover who takes the lead when challenged.

The Converge Fiberxers are having a great time bonding while competing with one another in ways that were very different to how they would normally interact on the court.

The activities created an opportunity for the players to further build their trust as a team and found the off the court exercises to be so impactful.

The Converge FiberXers are a professional basketball team owned by Converge ICT.

The franchise began after acquiring the former Alaska Aces franchise on March 23, 2022.